A new play by a Lancaster University lecturer in creative writing explores the lives of three young people as they deal with the aftermath of a devastating plague.
A former Creative Writing MA Student, Jack Nicholls, is among Eyewear Publishing's 50 Best New British and Irish Poets.
Professor Sharon Ruston will be delivering a public lecture on Sir Humphry Davy on Thursday 27th October.
Faber and Faber Publishes a New Selection of Professor Paul Muldoon’s Poetry
Clash of the Toon Titans
Professors Sally Bushell and Simon Bainbridge help Melvyn Bragg and BBC Radio 4 tell the story of the North
Professor Sally Bushell writes for 'The Conversation' on the new Swallows and Amazons film.
The online course 'William Wordsworth: Poetry, People and Place' has won a prestigious teaching award.
Although driving is now more commonly associated with road-rage than relaxation – at least in congested urban areas – research into the ways in which the concentration required for driving can positively direct and structure thought raises interesting questions for a ‘driverless’ future.
Deborah Andrews, an Associate Lecturer with English & Creative Writing, debut novel Walking the Lights has just been published by Freight Books.